Claims Journal
April 23, 2014

Some fake red fire extinguishers have yielded more than $2.7 million worth of methamphetamine at a South Texas border checkpoint.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials late Monday announced details of the bust at the Falfurrias checkpoint on U.S. 281.

Authorities using a drug-sniffing dog were led to the tool box of a pickup truck. Agents searched the vehicle and discovered nearly 86 pounds of methamphetamine in four containers that look like fire extinguishers.

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